"I'm 100 per cent confident".
Harry Kane is among Florentino Perez's priority targets with a forward line revamp on the horizon.
Pochettino, though, is encouraged by the staunch stance of Levy, who is known for his uncompromising approach to recruitment and negotiations.
But chairman Daniel Levy is aware his wages are well below his market value and are ready offer new terms at £100,000-per-week.
"The fact Aaron spoke publicly about the issue can inspire people around the world, through him or through his behaviour, to get some help". Every word that he said yesterday we need to respect because he's our boss.
Home-grown hero Kane has repeatedly underlined his commitment to Spurs and manager Mauricio Pochettino on Sunday talked up hopes that he could remain a one-club man in the mould of Roma's Francesco Totti.
"If you want to sign players [in January], there must be an opportunity and it's hard to find these opportunities", Pochettino said. "That is [what] all the managers, players and the chairman in this case want for your club". Sam Allardyce will try to contain Spurs and keep them out, but I don't think he will manage it.
The Tottenham Hotspur left-back has been out of action for just over two weeks.
Eriksen is a virtual ever-present in the Tottenham starting XI and his link-up play with Kane is essential for the club in the final third.
Levy also conceded that it is hard to get business done in the winter transfer window.
"We don't have enough natural goalscorers so we have to try and work on that without losing our defensive qualities".
"If something is available in terms that we can take, of course we are going to do it but, if not, it's hard. But if not, it's hard".